Quinton Wright, a 25 year old teacher from a DeKalb county middle school, was detained by authorities on Tuesday after a parent accused him of allowing young school children engage in sexual activities in a storage unit, in his classroom.
After his arrest, the teacher was charged with four accusations of misdemeanor that contributed to delinquency committed by minors. This eaxctly means that he encouraged minors under the age of 17 to engage in sexual activities, thus committing the infraction of statutory rape.
The parents are in disbelief following the arrest of Wright, who was the children`s math teacher at the middle school as well as the team`s coach.
Apparently, the parent that denounced him, discover what was going on after she went through her 14 year old son`s phone messages.
In the son`s inbox folder, there were multiple texts from the teacher in which he would let the child know when will the closet be available and when the classroom will be empty.
In another text message, the teacher was giving the child the schedule of the teachers and he was letting him know that he did not have any condoms that the children could borrow.
The math teacher also wanted to make sure that everyone involved was on board, so he asked the boy whether or not the girl had agreed to keep quiet about what was going to happen and about his involvement in the whole mess.
After reading the head spinning exchange of messages, the mother of the boy, who wished to remain anonymous, withdrew her child from school and filed a complaint regarding what was going on to the principal of the school as well as the police.
The DeKalb school county fired the teacher upon discovering the activities in which he participated.
The mother of the boy said that she became suspicious of the relationship that her son had with his math teacher a long while back when he called to ask the mother if he could come over and photograph himself alongside the boys.
Understandably, the mother declined his request, but decided to keep a closer eye on the interaction Quinton Wright had with her son.
Every person whose child attend that school is now afraid of what their child might have done and have lost their faith into the educators and administrators of that school.
It is yet unknown if Wright has hired a lawyer to protect him in court, but a judge has set a bond for his release of $16,000.
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